In our latest edition of weekly roundup, we look into top posts of the week which has been most read, commented, and shared.
After a series of leaks, OnePlus most likely intended on introducing a handset that competes with the likes of Samsung’s and Huawei’s top-end line with the OnePlus 7 Pro.
AMD has reaffirmed the launch of their upcoming 7nm products, which include Ryzen 3000 CPUs, EPYC Rome server chips and AMD Radeon Navi graphics cards, in Q3 2019.
NVIDIA may possibly be working on a refresh of their Turing GPUs based GeForce RTX 20 series lineup if rumors are to be believed.
AMD’s brand new Zen 2 CPUs will be backwards compatible with current 300 series and 400 series AM4 motherboards, Asus and ASRock confirm.
AMD will be officially announcing their 3rd Generation Ryzen processors in a few weeks and it seems like there will be a major upgrade to the memory controller which would allow for faster memory support, theoretically.
The upcoming mobile game announced at BlizzCon 2018 amidst serious fan disappointment is still on its way and chances are we’ll hear more concrete details in the coming months.
A new PUBG update has gone live on the PC test server, introducing some quality of life improvements and more.